Timetable

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Return to campus September 2021:

TI150 Principles of Human Geography

To ensure all students have a meaningful and safe on-campus experience, the first year cohort will be divided into three smaller groups for geography information sessions and tutorials. In the first instance, students will be assigned as follows:

  •  Group 1 – Students with last names beginning with A-G*
    O’hEocha Theatre, Arts Millennium Building (Mondays at 3pm)
  • Group 2 - Students with last names beginning with H-M*
    Anderson Theatre, Arts Science Concourse (Tuesdays at 5pm)
  • Group 3 - Students with last names beginning with N-Z*
    O’Flaherty Theatre, Arts Science Concourse (Wednesdays at noon)

 *This may change going forward depending on numbers
To ensure compliance with COVID-19 health and safety requirements, students must only attend their assigned sessions, to ensure adequate social distancing and efficient contact tracing, should the need arise.

Specific details and scheduling will be given to students in their first week of semester by module coordinators. Please note all optional modules will run in class as normal, with the exceptions of:


Due to COVID restrictions, the return to campus will impact some semester 1 modules where student numbers typically reach over 100 students. This will impact our core modules in 1st, 2nd and 3rd year, see below:
  • 1st year: Module TI150 - Asynchronous online lectures, all lecture material will be available through Blackboard. Students will be divided into 3 groups, all in class teaching will be in the form of small group tutorials.
  • 2nd yr: Module TI251 - Students will be split into 2 groups, each group will get 1 in class lecture with a second lecture recorded and available online through blackboard.
  • 3rd yr: Module TI335 -  Asynchronous online lectures, one lecture per week. There will be weekly in-person tutorial sessions where students will be split into groups, students will also have several one-on-one meetings with their dissertation supervisors through the semester